Create Smooth Digestion…
Do Digestive Enzymes assist in smooth digestion? Yes! And everyone needs them to properly breakdown and absorb their food. The real question is, what’s the best way to achieve the proper amount to maximize digestion…
As noted on Page 20 and Chapter 1 in Intestinal Health ~ A Practical Guide to Complete Abdominal Comfort http://amzn.to/2ckb2Mm , enzymes are released into your mouth when you start chewing. Chewing then initiates enzymes from the stomach, pancreas, and small intestines to prepare to contribute to the digestive process as food makes it way to the intestines. More than 25 enzymes are released during the digestive process to:
- Digest fats and carbohydrates
- Provide antiseptic functions such as destroying bacteria and viruses
- Support vitamin B-12 absorption
- Break down proteins, fats, and starch
- Protect the stomach lining
- Stimulate pancreatic activity
- Increase gallbladder contractions
- Regulate gastric flow
- Regulate peristalsis action
- Convert and digest sugars
More information on Digestive Enzymes: pages 49-50, Ch 3 in: Intestinal Health ~ A Practical Guide to Complete Abdominal Comfort http://amzn.to/2ckb2Mm
Digestive enzymes reduce:
- And, Nausea
When digestive enzymes are delivered to the intestinal tract from various locations throughout the food breakdown and absorption process, they facilitate the breakdown of food into an absorbable state—something I refer to throughout this book as “food matter.” If the enzymes successfully break down the food into absorbable food matter by the time it reaches the jejunum portion of the small intestines, you will have successful absorption and feed your body the nutrients it needs.
Enzymes are absolutely essential for the proper breakdown of:
- And, Carbohydrates.
Bonus!!! Enzymatic action is related to maintaining a healthy body weight.
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